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Hello everyone,

I've sent two emails to IVCasablanca@state.gov and all I got was an immediate automated response, no reply from an actual person.

Do they receive those emails? or should I do something else? I'm confused.

It's been two weeks since my first email, still no reply.


31 July 2015 = I-130 received by USCIS

17 December 2015 = Case approved

22 December 2015 = Sent to the Department of State

07 January 2016 = Case number assigned by NVC

22 February 2016 = First scan date

25 March 2016 = Checklist

18 April 2016 = Second scan date

20 May 2016 = Checklist

16 June 2016 = Third scan date

20 July 2016 = CASE COMPLETE

27 July 2015 = CC email confirmation

04 August 2016 = Interview scheduled

08 August 2016 = Received interview letter

15 August 2016 = In Transit

16 August 2016 = Case Ready

30 August 2016 = Medical Exam

13 September 2016 = Interview

15 September 2016 = Interview Rescheduled (APPROVED)

16 September 2016 = AP in the morning and a few hours later VISA ISSUED

21 September 2016 = Email from Aramex PASSPORT READY

23 September 2016 = Picked up passport with CR1 visa from Aramex

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it takes MULTIPLE emails to get a reply. I have experienced the same problem even before I had my interview. Here is the emails that I have for them:

IVCasablanca@state.gov

acscasablanca@state.gov

I literally send 2 emails a day (only because there is a 9 hour time difference) to try to get any response. Even with that, depending on how busy it is there or if its a holiday, it will take days to hear back.

Keep emailing!


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  • Started Dating - December 30, 2016
  • Met in Person - September 25, 2017 (Surprised him for his birthday)
  • Got Engaged! - September 28, 2017 ♥
  • Filed for I-129F - December 22, 2017
  • Rec'd NOA1(Text/Email) - January 2, 2018 :D
  • Rec'd Hard Copy NOA1 (Letter) - January 3, 2018 (letter dated December 29, 2017)
  • Rec'd RFE notice (email 7/24/18) - Pending hard copy letter :whistle:
  • Rec'd RFE letter in mail (July 27, 2018). Needs details about previous petition <_<
  • Mailed RFE - Sept. 06, 2018 (will be rec'd Saturday and picked up by Monday)
  • USCIS confirmed RFE rec'd (email, text & USCIS App) - Sept, 11, 2018




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i received actual answers from this embassy

Are you in AP?

If so, they probably have no answer yet

Are you the US citizen?

As they do not respond to the beneficary as fast

No, I'm not on AP, my case is still ready.

And no, I'm the beneficiary.

I just need to ask them about my interview date, because they scheduled on me on a national holiday. I'm so confused about it.


31 July 2015 = I-130 received by USCIS

17 December 2015 = Case approved

22 December 2015 = Sent to the Department of State

07 January 2016 = Case number assigned by NVC

22 February 2016 = First scan date

25 March 2016 = Checklist

18 April 2016 = Second scan date

20 May 2016 = Checklist

16 June 2016 = Third scan date

20 July 2016 = CASE COMPLETE

27 July 2015 = CC email confirmation

04 August 2016 = Interview scheduled

08 August 2016 = Received interview letter

15 August 2016 = In Transit

16 August 2016 = Case Ready

30 August 2016 = Medical Exam

13 September 2016 = Interview

15 September 2016 = Interview Rescheduled (APPROVED)

16 September 2016 = AP in the morning and a few hours later VISA ISSUED

21 September 2016 = Email from Aramex PASSPORT READY

23 September 2016 = Picked up passport with CR1 visa from Aramex

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Absolutely no response whatsoever from the embassy.

Does anybody have any idea why they don't reply?

My husband also wrote them, nothing!


31 July 2015 = I-130 received by USCIS

17 December 2015 = Case approved

22 December 2015 = Sent to the Department of State

07 January 2016 = Case number assigned by NVC

22 February 2016 = First scan date

25 March 2016 = Checklist

18 April 2016 = Second scan date

20 May 2016 = Checklist

16 June 2016 = Third scan date

20 July 2016 = CASE COMPLETE

27 July 2015 = CC email confirmation

04 August 2016 = Interview scheduled

08 August 2016 = Received interview letter

15 August 2016 = In Transit

16 August 2016 = Case Ready

30 August 2016 = Medical Exam

13 September 2016 = Interview

15 September 2016 = Interview Rescheduled (APPROVED)

16 September 2016 = AP in the morning and a few hours later VISA ISSUED

21 September 2016 = Email from Aramex PASSPORT READY

23 September 2016 = Picked up passport with CR1 visa from Aramex

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Hello everyone

My priority date is nov 2015

i start divorce process in morocco cause my husband was abusing me and treating me so badly.

So my question... Is There Any possiblity to continue the process about my visa petition without him??? Or is There Anyone here CAN give me information about the U non immigrant visa ??

Thank you in advance

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Hello? Anybody? Please I need some help!


31 July 2015 = I-130 received by USCIS

17 December 2015 = Case approved

22 December 2015 = Sent to the Department of State

07 January 2016 = Case number assigned by NVC

22 February 2016 = First scan date

25 March 2016 = Checklist

18 April 2016 = Second scan date

20 May 2016 = Checklist

16 June 2016 = Third scan date

20 July 2016 = CASE COMPLETE

27 July 2015 = CC email confirmation

04 August 2016 = Interview scheduled

08 August 2016 = Received interview letter

15 August 2016 = In Transit

16 August 2016 = Case Ready

30 August 2016 = Medical Exam

13 September 2016 = Interview

15 September 2016 = Interview Rescheduled (APPROVED)

16 September 2016 = AP in the morning and a few hours later VISA ISSUED

21 September 2016 = Email from Aramex PASSPORT READY

23 September 2016 = Picked up passport with CR1 visa from Aramex

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You'll likely be fine. They're expecting eid to be on the 11th or 12th. If it ends up being on the 13th, the consulate will contact you to inform you of your new interview date.

The consulate only seems to respond to emails sporadically. I think if they don't think you're inquiring about an urgent matter, and one they are willing to help you out with, they won't always answer. Sometimes you have to practically spam them with a lot of emails. My guess is they haven't answered you because of what I said in my first few sentences above.


My Convoluted Story (see my profile for more details)
Jun 2009 - Met on Facebook
Mar 2010 - Visited Morocco for the first time, got engaged
Dec 30, 2011 - Wedding in Morocco (5th visit)
I-130/CR-1 (first time around)
31 Aug 2012 - Priority Date (Vermont, transferred to NBC)
31 Dec 2012 - NOA2
27Jul 2013 - Broke up/Separation (while waiting for case complete at NVC)
9 Jan 2014 - Filed for divorce in US (never completed)
4 Apr 2014 - USCIS NOIR
May 2015 - Reconciliation
Nov 2015 - Vacation together in Spain (7th in-person visit with each other)
I-130/IR-1 (second time around)
4 Feb 2016 - Priority Date
19 Apr 2016 - NOA2

17 May 2016 - NVC Case Number Assigned

31 May 2016 - Sent AOS/IV package to NVC

5 Jul 2016 - NVC Case Complete

10 Aug 2016 - Medical Exam

25 Aug 2016 - Interview - APPROVED

1 Sep 2016 - Husband picked up his visa

Husband POE'd @ IAD - 5 November

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Hello? Anybody? Please I need some help!

Hi! Our file got to Morocco on 8/4. The first email didn't get a response so I kept emailing. Finally they scheduled the interview. We had a question and so my fiance called the Embassy in Rabat because it has humans answer the phone that are helpful. You might give that a try.

Good luck!

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You'll likely be fine. They're expecting eid to be on the 11th or 12th. If it ends up being on the 13th, the consulate will contact you to inform you of your new interview date.

The consulate only seems to respond to emails sporadically. I think if they don't think you're inquiring about an urgent matter, and one they are willing to help you out with, they won't always answer. Sometimes you have to practically spam them with a lot of emails. My guess is they haven't answered you because of what I said in my first few sentences above.

Actually it is already confirmed that the eid will be either on the 12th or the 13th. Since the consulate closes for two days, on the 13th they will be 100% closed.

I'll keep trying see what happens

Thank you :)

Hi! Our file got to Morocco on 8/4. The first email didn't get a response so I kept emailing. Finally they scheduled the interview. We had a question and so my fiance called the Embassy in Rabat because it has humans answer the phone that are helpful. You might give that a try.

Good luck!

Didn't know that was possible. I will call them.

Thanks :)


31 July 2015 = I-130 received by USCIS

17 December 2015 = Case approved

22 December 2015 = Sent to the Department of State

07 January 2016 = Case number assigned by NVC

22 February 2016 = First scan date

25 March 2016 = Checklist

18 April 2016 = Second scan date

20 May 2016 = Checklist

16 June 2016 = Third scan date

20 July 2016 = CASE COMPLETE

27 July 2015 = CC email confirmation

04 August 2016 = Interview scheduled

08 August 2016 = Received interview letter

15 August 2016 = In Transit

16 August 2016 = Case Ready

30 August 2016 = Medical Exam

13 September 2016 = Interview

15 September 2016 = Interview Rescheduled (APPROVED)

16 September 2016 = AP in the morning and a few hours later VISA ISSUED

21 September 2016 = Email from Aramex PASSPORT READY

23 September 2016 = Picked up passport with CR1 visa from Aramex

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guys please I need some information about the affidavit,

my husband and I are going to a friend of ours in OHIO and I don't think he makes enought to match supporting us both (tho we will take some money with us and work ASAP)

an other friend that lives in OKLAHOMA wants to help us and send us the affidavit so that they'll both be sponsoring us.

what do you think guys ? and do you have any advice on this??

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